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    Have your say: Investment Management, Fintech and the future of careers

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    The survey is now closed - thanks to all who participated. Keep an eye out for the results on AlgoMe Community soon.

     

    With Investment Management being increasingly impacted by the growth of FinTech, the industry needs to better understand how people feel about these changes. 

     

    We would appreciate you completing our short survey, and sharing it with your friends and colleagues. We will publish the results in the community in the near future.

     

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